Top Five Cancers by Age

Incidence of the Five Most Common Cancers in 2016 (Age 0-19)

Note: Cases with unknown age are not included in the above tables.
The classification of cancers in children and adolescents (0-19 years) is based on the morphology groups according to the "International Classification for Childhood Cancer 1996, IARC Techincal Repart No. 29: Lyon, 1996.", rather than the site of the tumor.